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  • It seems nearly impossible to fathom that someone as brilliant and funny as Robin Williams could be so tortured emotionally that he takes himself out of the human race. Yet, last week, one by one, each of us across the whole globe, fixed our attention on the sad news of this beloved actor’s suicide. Sometimes, a blip of news in the vast sea of information we are bombarded with daily, seems to slap us so hard in the face that we can almost hear the collective groan rippling through space and time. Then we all try our best to reckon with reality. And what a devastating reality Robin Williams’ death reveals - that someone who, by his very nature, brought

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  • How do you maximize the impact of just $10? Break the bill down into 40 quarters and disperse the coins in random places throughout school. That is how Poplar Bluff High School student Alexa King tackled the “giving project” after a friend in need of 25 cents for a vending machine snack got her wheels turning. “This is the greatest assignment I have ever given in my 26-year teaching career,” stated Beth Fox-Godwin, communication arts teacher. Student Colin Steffens agreed, saying that the book study was his favorite assignment in his four years of high school Fox-Godwin gave her senior composition class $10 apiece and tasked the students with doing something “kind and simple for our community.” The funding

    Feb 18,
  • The Iron Mules—the Poplar Bluff High School Robotics Club—placed eighth in the draper division of the sixth annual FIRST Tech Challenge hosted by Southeast Missouri State University on Saturday, Jan. 3, at the Show Me Center in Cape Girardeau. Representing the Iron Mules were sophomores Jessica Foster and Paul Sanders, and juniors Chang Chi, Christian Cmehil-Warn, Diontay Cochran, Tiffany Friday and Diego Rivetti. Teacher sponsors of the club are Patti McCoy and Kathy Miller of the PBHS science department, along with social studies instructor Mike Sowatzke. Competition fees and equipment this year were subsidized by the generosity of the Academic Assistance Group and community members, including the Cmehil-Warn family and Sharon Riley. Leading up to the competition, Briggs & Stratton

    Jan 08,
  • Pictured with Tamara Day [right], Donna Laseter—the mother of PBHS junior Isaac—was recently elected to succeed Dr. Larry Kimbrow as AAG president.   Applications will soon be sent out to Poplar Bluff High School faculty so they can submit mini-grant requests to the Academic Assistance Group (AAG), which will select what field trips, equipment and other projects to fund during its next board meeting at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 21, in conference room 101 at Senior High. Established in 1990, according to school records, the AAG is the ‘booster club’ for all academic departments and functions at PBHS. Its mission is to supplement the instructional needs of teachers that may not have been included in applicable budgets, or educational opportunities

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